When the winter season rolls in everything is covered with a blanket of white splendor. Many people look forward to the snow and enjoy the scenery being covered by a blanket of snow. But then on the very next day, the light dusting turned into bucket loads of snow burying everything in sight and you can safely say that winter is finally here. What do you do? You could shovel it clear but that could ruin your back and besides the yard is quite big. In cases like this, a Snøfreser or snow blower is your savior.

Snøfresere are machines that scoop up snow and then spits it out to a side chute. The concept is easy to understand and so is operating it. But it is a difficult task to buy one because there are plenty of considerations to take. If you are planning on buying a snow blower then here are some tips to think about.

You need to know the size of your job.  If you have a small yard or just want the path to your front door to be cleared then a single-stage 

 

The next consideration is much weight you can lift or maneuver, some snow blowers are quite heavy. Some can be as light as ten pounds while others are ten times heavier.

Next is for you to determine your tolerance to noise, especially when you have very sensitive neighbors because some of these especially the gas-powered two-stage Snøfreser are as noisy as construction equipment. If you want to check how noisy the model is then find the decibel sticker on the package.

Before you buy a snow blower, you need to know what kind of surface lies under the snow. If it is a gravel path and you are using a single-stage Snøfreser, and then might maim someone or break a neighbors window with the rocks that the machine will throw. In this case, it is recommended that you buy the two-stage snow blower.

Lastly, you should buy a snow blower when the winter season is almost coming because there are plenty of models to choose from and you can get a lot of deals too like on August, September or October. Winter time is not recommended because models are fewer and can be pricey while stocks are gone or stored during the summer.